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Interests: music, law, sarcasm, politics, science, justice, and the american way., and other stuff. hate lies and corruption.
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Love him or hate him, this Beck clip is well worth seeing. The following video shows how Al Gore, Goldman Sachs, Fannie Mae, George Soros, and Obama are linked together in what could quite possibly be the biggest scam America has ever seen. have yet to hear ANYTHING from the Mainstream Media on this, even though Human Events reported on these connections as early as 2007 and again in 2009 (although not as detailed as the previous report). I have included the transcript for the entire Glenn Beck program below, which includes more information than the video. For more information on this particular story, please see HERE and HERE. For more on Cap & Trade, see my previous posts here & here. Please click the following link to see the video and read the rest: Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 27, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law will increase the nation’s health care tab instead of bringing costs down, government economic forecasters concluded Thursday in a sobering assessment of the sweeping legislation. A report by economic experts at the Health and Human Services Department said the health care remake will achieve Obama’s aim ofexpanding health insurance — adding 34 million Americans to the coverage rolls. But the analysis also found that the law falls short of the president’s twin goal of controlling runaway costs, raising projected spending by about 1 percent over 10 years. That increase could get bigger, however, since the report also warned that Medicare cuts in the law may be unrealistic and unsustainable, forcing lawmakers to roll them back. The mixed verdict for Obama’s signature issue is the first comprehensive look by neutral experts. In particular, the warnings about Medicare could become a major political liability for Democratic lawmakers in the midterm elections. The report projected that Medicare cuts could drive about 15 percent of hospitals and other institutional providers into the red, “possibly jeopardizing access” to care for seniors. Read the Rest Here Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 23, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
by Steven Malanga, City Journal Spring 2010 The camera focuses on an official of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), California’s largest public-employee union, sitting in a legislative chamber and speaking into a microphone. “We helped to get you into office, and we got a good memory,” she says matter-of-factly to the elected officials outside the shot. “Come November, if you don’t back our program, we’ll get you out of office The video has become a sensation among California taxpayer groups for its vivid depiction of the audacious power that public-sector unions wield in their state. The unions’ political triumphs have molded a California in which government workers thrive at the expense of a struggling private sector. The state’s public school teachers are the highest-paid in the nation. Its prison guards can easily earn six-figure salaries. State workers routinely retire at 55 with pensions higher than their base pay for most of their working life. Meanwhile, what was once the most prosperous state now suffers from an unemployment rate far steeper than the nation’s and a flood of firms and jobs escaping high taxes and stifling regulations. This toxic combination—high public-sector employee costs and sagging economic fortunes—has produced recurring budget crises in Sacramento and in virtually every municipality in the state. How public employees became members of the elite class in a declining California offers a cautionary tale to the rest of the country, where the same process is happening in slower motion. The story starts half a century ago, when California public workers won bargaining rights and quickly learned how to elect their own bosses—that is, sympathetic politicians who would grant them outsize pay and benefits in exchange for their support. Over time, the unions have turned the state’s politics completely in their favor. The result: unaffordable benefits for... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 19, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Classical economists have long described human beings as “rational actors.” By this, economists mean that most people try to achieve their best interest by intelligently weighing the pros and cons of their choices, seeking evidence, and behaving in a collected manner. No greater evidence exists to the contrary, however, than market bubbles. While humans are certainly more rational than lower species, the history books are filled (indeed, still being filled) with soaring market activity caused by little more than hype and speculative mania. What makes these bubbles consequential, of course, is that they eventually burst – often with painful consequences. Furthermore, these consequences affect even those who played no role whatsoever in the buildup of the bubble. That makes bubbles a subject worthy of study by us all. Today, Billshrink dissects 12 painful lessons learned from bubbles of the past, including the early to mid 2000’s housing boom. via This is a MUST READ! Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 6, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
The new health care reform bill has barely been signed into law and already insurance companies are finding ways to avoid providing one of its centerpiece benefits touted by President Obama: coverage for children with pre-existing conditions. Congress meant to stop insurance companies from discriminating against children with chronic diseases like asthma, diabetes, birth defects and cystic fibrosis, and the law does say that if a company sells a health insurance policy, it has to cover these kinds of pre-existing conditions for children. But now companies are arguing that they don't have to sell the policies in the first place -- at least not until 2014 -- and if they do, they can hike the premiums to whatever amount they need to cover the additional costs. John D. Rockefeller IV (D-West Virginia) said, "The ink has not yet dried on the health care reform bill, and already some deplorable health insurance companies are trying to duck away from covering children with pre-existing conditions. This is outrageous.” via This is a MUST READ! Click the link above to see the video discussing how Ethically Challenged Senator Chris Dodd wrote the TARP provisions regarding bonusues Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 31, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Thus, contrary to the rhetoric of Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama, who claim that they have the votes for passage and that government-run healthcare is a 'done deal,' this thing is far from over. Votes are still in play and some Democrats, including pro-life Bart Stupak, are holding firm to their intention of voting no. via Great article by one of my favorite twitter friends! Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
By Alan CarubaDuring what can only be hoped will be the final struggle between the socialist and capitalist approach to health care the debate is focused on the cost of Obamacare, its impact on the nation’s economy, its legislative over-reach, and the fact that it will ration care. If Obama wins, America loses. The “reforms” will ultimately end up killing people who would otherwise have survived illness or injury if it is implemented. Beyond that, Obama’s efforts to control large segments of the economy will pick up momentum.An entire generation or more of Americans who did not live through the Cold War waged against the former Soviet Union or saw the rise of communism in China are unaware of the toll it took on humanity. In a 1997 book, “The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression”, published by Harvard University, it set the death tolls at 65 million in China, 20 million in the Soviet Union, and so on. The total worldwide exceeded 100 million.This week Americans will see if their system of government works to represent their will. When it controls the provision of health care, the government will literally have life and death authority over people.Those who voted for Obama, giving him a fairly slim margin of victory, and those who instinctively sensed something terribly wrong in the man have now had their worst fears confirmed. If our system of government works, it will reject Obamacare because that is what it was designed to do. The Constitution is structured to slow down the passage of a really bad law and to create obstacles to bringing it to a vote. Only an administration with a totalitarian inclination would go to the lengths we’ve seen to pass a law that 75% of the people reject.Obama is driven entirely by... Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Most people who oppose socialized medicine do so on the grounds that it is moral and well-intentioned, but impractical; i.e., it is a noble idea -- which just somehow does not work. I do not agree that socialized medicine is moral and well-intentioned, but impractical. Of course, it is impractical -- it does not work -- but I hold that it is impractical because it is immoral. This is not a case of noble in theory but a failure in practice; it is a case of vicious in theory and therefore a disaster in practice. So I'm going to leave it to other speakers to concentrate on the practical flaws in the Clinton health plan. I want to focus on the moral issue at stake. So long as people believe that socialized medicine is a noble plan, there is no way to fight it. You cannot stop a noble plan -- not if it really is noble. The only way you can defeat it is to unmask it -- to show that it is the very opposite of noble. Then at least you have a fighting chance. via This is from 1993 - back when the left was pushing HillaryCare. Now we have another Democrat in the whitehouse - and it is clear they didn't "get the message" back then, or are choosing to ignore it, since we are having the same argument today. Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Barack Obama is a Fabian socialist. I should know; I was raised by one. My Grandfather worked as a union machinist for Ingersoll Rand (nyse: IR - news - people ) during the day. In the evenings he tended bar and read books. After his funeral, I went back home and started working my way through his library, starting with T.W. Arnold's The Folklore of Capitalism. This was my introduction to the Fabian socialists. via Great Read Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
I have to admit we live in a strange world right now. People (politicians) are so desperate for any good news that they will turn bad news into good news. The July unemployment numbers just came out. We lost 247k jobs in the month. Normally, a very bad number. Relative to what we have been experiencing it is an improvement. In January of this year we lost 741k jobs. So last month we lost a quarter of a million jobs and we are patting ourselves on the back. via Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
iowahawk: Once More Into the Breach If Shakespeare were writing about HC - THIS IS AWESOME Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 8, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
This weekend, Democrat Congressman John Adler said he can't support Democrat health care bills when they don't contain costs. Watch the video here: via We'll see if Pelosi flips him - He is from NJ - which seems to lean conservative after election of Christie for Governor. Maybe he will stick to his guns and vote no Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Alinsky's book, "Rules for Radicals," published in 1971 still has enormous effects on our country today. Hillary Clinton wrote her Wellesley College thesis on Alinsky, interviewing him personally for her research. After her graduation Alinsky offered her a job with his organization, which she refused to pursue other opportunities. President Obama worked for Alinsky organizations and taught seminars in Alinsky tactics and methodology during his "community organizing" period in Chicago. Michelle Obama echoed Alinsky’s words in her speech at the Democratic Convention. via Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
World leaders at a climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, in December backed an accord that would set aside up to $100 billion for developing nations to address the challenges of adopting green energy practices. via Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
A new revolution is gripping America, and un-doing the revolution of 1968. Instead of radical humanists rebelling against materialists, it's pragmatic people rebelling against a calcified liberal government that has become parasitic and corrupt. via Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
On February 24, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas), at a hearing held by the House Financial Services Committee, asked Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke whether he was aware of allegations that the Federal Reserve had been complicit in the Watergate cover-up and in the illegal funneling of billions of dollars in loans to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein: via Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
You’d think the money man behind an array of left wing organizations wouldn’t need CNN to get out his message about the death and “bankruptcy” of free-market capitalism, but there was left-wing billionaire and financier George Soros on “GPS” Feb.18 Interviewed by Fareed Zakaria, Soros said he disagreed with President Obama’s decision to bail out the banks. Soros would have nationalized them. Soros also advocated for capping CEO pay, and imposing additional taxes on financial transactions and for banks based on size. Zakaria offered praise for Obama, saying “You can look at any (issue) all by itself, but I think he’s done pretty well and in some ways hasn’t gotten the credit for it because the crisis was averted. So now the Republicans can say ‘there was no problem, we didn’t need to spend all this money.” Soros agreed, with that assessment, while jabbing at the GOP. “He’s paying a very heavy price for actually saving the country from going into a very deep recession or depression because people haven’t experienced it,” Soros said. “And he wanted to be the great uniter, and to carry … bring the country together. But the other side had absolutely no incentive to do it. It takes two to tango.” Both Zakaria and Soros made it clear they favor “state-controlled” economies. “What does it tell us that when looking at these last four or five years, China basically handled its economic policy much more successfully, much more wisely than we did?” Zakaria asked Soros. “It was really Britain and the United States, the advanced capitalist countries, that turned out to be running very weak policies.” The problem, Soros believes, is with capitalism itself. “I mean it is effectively a bankruptcy of this market fundamentalist belief, which really came in with Reagan and Thatcher,” Soros... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Has anyone ever thought about us just making Mexico the 51st state? It would be a lot easier.You think the war in Iraq is costing us too much? Read on... Boy,was I confused. I have been hammered with the propaganda that it is the Iraq war and the war on terror that is bankrupting us. I now find that to be RIDICULOUS. I hope the following 14 reasons are forwarded over and over again until they are read so many times that the readers gets sick of reading them. I also have included the URLs for verification of all of the following facts. 1. $11 Billion to $22 billion is spent on welfare to illegal aliens each year by state governments. Verify at: 2. $2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens. Verify at: 3. $2.5 Billion dollars a year is spent on Medicaid for illegal aliens. Verify at: 4. $12 Billion dollars a year is spent on primary and secondary school education for children here illegally and they cannot speak a word of English! Verify at: 5. $17 Billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.Verify at 6. $3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.Verify at: TRANSCRIPTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html 7. 30% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens.Verify at: 8. $90 Billion Dollars a year is spent on illegal aliens for Welfare and Social Services by the American taxpayers.Verify at: 9. $200 Billion dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens.Verify at: PTS/0604/01/ldt.01.html 10. The illegal aliens in the United States have a crime rate... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
27 Feb 10 - A recent Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ruling declaring CO2 a harmful pollutant will generate hundreds of new regulations that will drive up the cost of living for financially strapped Americans while severely burdening small businesses and hampering U.S. competitiveness in the world marketplace. via Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) has been a man on a mission since 2003, when he embarked on his crusade to destroy the myth of ManBearPig and the Democrats’ associated agenda to redistribute wealth as a tribute to Gaïa. ManBearPig may have gone out with quite a bang, but Cap-’n-Tax went very quietly into the night last Saturday, when it was pronounced dead on arrival by Sen. Lindsey Graham. Do not expect Sen. Inhofe to accept his victory with the same discretion as Cap-’n-Tax’s exit from the congressional agenda, for he is well-versed in the very Alinsky tactics by which ManBearPig was propagated, grossly exaggerated in importance, and altered to fit whatever the current “truth” might have been at any given moment. via AWESOME!! MUST READ Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2010 at Marxists, Czars & Thieves